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Dickens Essays

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Critical Realism in Oliver Twist

Introduction Charles Dickens, the greatest representative of English critical realism, was born in 1812.At that

Great Expectations Irony

The title of Charles Dickens’ novel, Great Expectations, refers to Pip’s many expectations. Pip expects

A Tale of Two Cities Characters

Many of Dickens’ characters are “flat”, not “round”, in the novelist E. M. Forster’s famous

Great Expectations

Pip, the young orphan boy from the forge was soon to become a young gentleman

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